"Big Labor Takes Hold in South Carolina"
Posted by :JeffDuncan October 26, 2010 - 9:49pm
“Big Labor Takes Hold in South Carolina” is a headline Democrats would love to see.
“Right to Work” laws that empower workers and place restrictions on organized labor have created jobs by attracting companies like BMW and Boeing to make the Palmetto state their home. But what’s good for the people of South Carolina is not necessarily good for the big union bosses in Detroit and San Francisco.
Unions know that I’ll stand on the side of the free-market, protecting the interests of the people, not union bosses. That’s why organized labor has been the single largest contributor to my Democrat opponent (Jane Dyer), funding nearly 40% of her campaign!
We’re working hard, visiting with voters every day in homes, coffee shops, businesses, and even hay fields. But we need your help for this final push if we’re going to be successful.
Just today I learned my Democrat opponent is loaning $50,000 of her own money to her campaign. We expect most of this money will be used to attack and distort my message and platform.
I need your help now more than ever to financially support our campaign. Time is short, and your last minute donation of $100, $250, $500, or even $1000 will give us the ammunition needed to defend against false attacks and ensure this seat won’t fall into the hands of Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats.
Because time is short, you can either send in your contribution by mail today (PO Box 732, Clinton SC 29325), make a donation on our website HERE, or donate over the phone by calling 864-430-2730 and speaking with a member of our campaign team.
Thank you for supporting our campaign with your prayers, time and financial support.
Jeff Duncan is a small-business owner from Laurens, South Carolina and is the Republican nominee for Congress in the Third Congressional District. Jeff has been endorsed by the NRA, along with numerous conservative groups for his proven record of fighting against wasteful government spending and upholding the Constitution.
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